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Old 05-23-2005, 10:41 AM   #2536
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The diff cup is in the box already, use that one. U would basically need the bevel shafts - diff gears - Diff Oil - Diff seal - Drive Cups. Most of them are avaialalbe at hobby centre. Just get your manual along. Others I might be able to help

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Old 05-23-2005, 10:47 AM   #2537
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anyone heard of this rear shock tower brace??..made by kawahara racing...saw it in a japanese rc magazine...
I've had experience with the kawahara shock tower and to be honest, I didn't like it. After a while it seemed to warp on it's own with no hard hits or crashes. Try the Skyline tower. Much stronger better CF.

http://www.skylinercracing.com/store/C_28.htm
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Old 05-23-2005, 11:19 AM   #2538
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anyone heard of this rear shock tower brace??..made by kawahara racing...saw it in a japanese rc magazine...
i sell a 4mm shock tower, brand new, carbon fiber $9.99 free shipping. i have sold many to people on this forum. it is very nice. email to [email protected]
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Old 05-23-2005, 11:22 AM   #2539
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uve been plugging ur shock tower for ages now.

Getting a bit boring seeing it over and over again.
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Old 05-23-2005, 11:26 AM   #2540
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hey, just offering this person a nice shock tower... dont be so negative
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Old 05-23-2005, 12:24 PM   #2541
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On to the battery. Any preference on the battery that I get. I see it is a 6V flat pack but does it need to have any special dimensions?

Any brand name battery I can order from my hobby shop? Part #'s, etc?
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On to the battery. Any preference on the battery that I get. I see it is a 6V flat pack but does it need to have any special dimensions?

Any brand name battery I can order from my hobby shop? Part #'s, etc?
Skyline has a 1400 pack that is the highest capacity receiver pack I know and is perfect for the RRR:

http://www.skylinercracing.com/store/C_24.htm
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Skyline has a 1400 pack that is the highest capacity receiver pack I know and is perfect for the RRR:

http://www.skylinercracing.com/store/C_24.htm
wow, i am going to get one of them!!!
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Old 05-23-2005, 02:16 PM   #2544
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rodney, good questions :-) Too bad, I don't think I will be ready to go to track for a while. I am thinking about getting a setup system (like Hudy or PMB). Do you guys think that it is worth the money? If not, how do you setup/measure toe-in/out, camber, and etc?

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rodney, good questions :-) Too bad, I don't think I will be ready to go to track for a while. I am thinking about getting a setup system (like Hudy or PMB). Do you guys think that it is worth the money? If not, how do you setup/measure toe-in/out, camber, and etc?

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if you are racing a lot then that set-up system will be a requisite
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uve been plugging ur shock tower for ages now.

Getting a bit boring seeing it over and over again.
JoeMugen is trying to be helpful. The stock tower aren't anywhere as strong as the one's that Joemugen sells.
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guys, where else do buy parts for v one rrr? need to stock up some parts.
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JoeMugen is trying to be helpful. The stock tower aren't anywhere as strong as the one's that Joemugen sells.
thanks.
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guys, where else do buy parts for v one rrr? need to stock up some parts.
i have dealt with a lot of these overseas places. rc-mushroom, etc.... the best i have dealt with is rc-champ without a doubt. i have mentioned them before, but i just can not say enough good things about this company. the bad thing is that they do not have products on their site for you to view prices, but believe me, their prices are much cheaper. for example, universal shafts are $10 at rcmart, they are $7 at champ, i am talking about the shaft by itself made by kyosho--- better than 3 racing, spur gears are $2.90 versus $4 at rc mushroom, thrust bearing is $7.35 versus $9.51 at rc mushroom, pinion is $3.68 versus $4.76... also i have put the same quantity of items to checking shipping, and rc-champ is also cheaper on their shipping. i know these prices because i just placed an order Saturday and it will be here tomorrow. they are super fast, honest, and i have no worry in the world that i would get scammed like a lot of these other shops i hear crazy stories about.
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guys, where else do buy parts for v one rrr? need to stock up some parts.
You can try rc-toro.com. I just purchased from them. I think they have pretty good prices, too. Good thing is they are in US. Just curious, why aren't there many shops in US carryng V1RRR? This car is the world champion car !!
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